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Complaints received from the community in regards to bicycle thefts near the Belmont Pier prompted East Division’s Directed Enforcement team to focus on these types of crimes in that area, in addition to coordinating a bike theft sting that resulted in three arrests, and the issuance of five misdemeanor citations.
Meals on Wheels of Long Beach & The Belmont Heights United Methodist Church Invite you to “The 3rd Saturdays Gourmet Food Truck Night in Belmont Heights” Saturday, February 16, 2013. Proceeds from the event support Meals on Wheels of Long Beach’s meal delivery program.
Bikeway 10 Ride Type: Commuter, Recreational, Family (partial) Long Beach Bikeway 10 is a spectacular ride that connects the residential east side of the city to its urban city center by way of posh Belmont Heights neighborhood and the East Village, before finishing as an urban loop along the city’s bike boulevards.
A street rehabilitation project on Livingston Drive between Second Street and Termino Avenue will increase safety for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists, while retaining the number of parking spaces and maintaining traffic flow.
Local Realtor Michele K is sponsoring a free presentation by Maureen Neeley of HouStories on March 31, Saturday evening from 5:00 to 6:00. The event is being held at a recently listed home at 4600 E. 6th Street in Belmont Heights known locally as “Poet’s Corner”.
Local businesses located near the intersection of Redondo Ave. and Broadway, coined the Heights Village Shopping District in the Belmont Heights, Bluff Heights and Bluff Park neighborhoods are coming together on Thursday, November 10, 2011 for a very special cause, cancer.
Maple Village School has doubled in size by adding a combined first and second grade class and a dedicated preschool class this school year. The Waldorf-inspired school has seen growing interest in the community, and has expanded its play area, hired additional teachers and staff and added additional classrooms.
Suspect Dewayne Maris The Long Beach Police Department has arrested a male subject in connection with three residential cat burglaries and it is believed that additional victims may exist.
A fourth incident of a male suspect entering a residence while a woman was home alone has occurred. On Wednesday, September 22, 2010, at approx. 12:30 p.m., a lone woman in her residence in the area of Broadway and Bayshore Avenue discovered a male suspect had entered her residence and fled when she began yelling.
After three similar incidents over the past two months where suspects gained easy access to residences through open doors or windows of women who were alone at the time, the Long Beach Police Department is reminding residents to always keep their doors and windows secured, at all times.